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    Hard swollen clitoris...
    An_253106 posted:

    A few days ago I noticed I was having an increasing amount of discharge and I started to notice some skin irritaion and a bit of itching. It seemed that I was beginning to get a yeast infection so I took a Monistat-1 last night. This morning when I woke up it seemed normal but a few hours ago around 5pm I started to feel some soreness that seemed to get worse. By 11pm my clitoris and labia minora was extremely hard and swollen. I put some monistat cream on it and it has began to go down and I definitely plan on making a trip to the doctor as soon as possible whether it goes down or not, but I was wondering if someone could give me advice on this to hold me over until then...
    AnnyAnsa responded:
    Also the swelling occured when I was sitting and standing for an extended period of time and I actually felt pulsating at one point.

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